News Desk Amar Ujala, Mathura
Published by: Amar Ujala Bureau
Updated Sun, 10 Oct 2021 08:37 PM IST
In the case of pistol theft from the car in the refinery area of Mathura, the victim has complained to the SSP and Jansunwai portal.
Thana Refinery, Mathura
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In the case of pistol theft from the car in the refinery area of Mathura, the victim has complained to the SSP and Jansunwai portal. He accused the refinery police of saying that the pistol was stolen from his car about a week ago. When he went to file a report, the police took him and his cousin into custody. After much pleading, Jama searched them and released them and also confiscated the goods.
Jitendra Pratap Singh resident Jaint Kotwali Vrindavan said in the complaint lodged that on October 5 at around 5 pm, Garg left his XUV car in front of Mathura Refinery Gate No. 1 for essential work at the printing press. His pistol was kept in the car in a hurry. When he came back after finishing his work, he found the pistol missing. Sanjay, a resident of village Jain was also present with him at the time of the incident.
After this, he and his cousin Harendra Pratap reached the police station refinery on the same day to inform about the incident. It is alleged that Inspector-in-Charge Lokesh Bhati got enraged after hearing him and came to the assault by abusing him. Jama searched and collected all the goods and kept him in custody for three hours. Left in delivery after much pleading. Along with this, after threatening to put him in jail, he took the complaint of falling of the pistol.
Even after this the report has not been filed till now. When asked in this regard, the SHO said that the allegations of assault etc. of the victim are untrue and baseless. At present, the police have registered the information about the pistol falling somewhere.
The matter has come to the notice. Information about this is being done. MP Singh, SP, City